myEUROPE welcomes the 8000th school myEUROPE has grown to 8000 schools. In November 2007, Volker Wacker, who teaches at the Hans-Furler-Gymnasium Oberkirch, registered his school that became the 8000th school registered with myEUROPE. Read more.
myEUROPE Inside School Latest school profile: Vannarödsskolan, Sweden "We have a very good feeling of solidarity in our class and we have a lot of fun together. Most of us will be sad in June as we will not come back next year" say the students attending the 6th grade at Vannarödsskolan, in Sweden. Read more about what some students think of leaving primary school to join secondary school.
It's Christmas time at myEUROPE For years, myEUROPE has gathered a large number of contributions that describe Christmas traditions in all European countries. The outcomes of the online activity are grouped in a huge collection of articles and pictures or drawing. The activity is still open to new contributions. Read more about the activity and take a Christmas journey across Europe.
Featured project: SAGE Franck Le Cars, a French teacher, is currently managing SAGE, a project that focuses on bringing environmental topics to schools in Europe in order to raise awareness about environment protection and sustainable development. Read more.
myEUROPE Blog This blog was open following an initiative of the myEUROPE teachers and classes to express their solidarity to all the colleagues who were affected by the wildfires in South Europe and especially in Greece. The myEUROPE Blog continues the effort to bring teachers and students in Europe closer by publishing some of the emails that are exchanged on the myEUROPE mailing list. We would like to acknowledge the work of Stergios Nastopoulos from Greece, who committed himself to take care of all the entries and update the blog. Visit the myEUROPE blog.
myEUROPE is a European Schoolnet project. It aims to help teachers raise their pupils' awareness of what it means to be a young citizen in Europe. By involving a network of more than 8000 schools, the diversity of Europe is brought into the classroom via the Internet.